Udall, David King, 1851-1938
David King Udall (1851-1938) was a Mormon pioneer in Arizona.
Citation:Arizona pioneer Mormon : David King Udall: his story and his family, 1851-1938, 1959.
OCLC, Jan. 13, 2004(hdg.: Udall, David King, 1851-1938; usage: David King Udall)
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Minute book for William C. Allen's Company
Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS SC 779
Scope and Contents
Collection includes one volume containing minutes of the chapter's business meetings from 1876 through 1888 and a second volume containing handwritten copies of the company's business correspondence and letters from various Mormon church leaders.
David King Udall papers
File — Folder 1: [Barcode: 31197230305580]
Identifier: MSS SC 803
Scope and Contents Photocopy of typescripts. Contains deed and transfer of title to Ammon M. Tenney, land agent for the Mormons, from Solomon and Morris Barth for land in St. Johns, Arizona and a written petition from the non-Mormons residents of St. Johns objecting to Mormon settlement in their area. Also includes a letter from LDS Church president John Taylor (1807-1887) confirming Udall's assignment as bishop over the St. Johns Ward and a letter from Udall to Marcus Baba de Padila, a local anti-Mormon...